Sunday, April 24, 2011
Six Sentence Sunday
For a while now, I've been following this bandwagon where authors post six sentences of their WIP on Sundays. If I'm not mistaken, Six Sentence Sunday just celebrated its first anniversary. I thought this was a cool idea, to have a little tidbit up every week, so you guys get to see what we're working on.
Here's mine, and please bear in mind this is my first time at this so I'll prolly mess it all up. *grins*
The following lines are taken from my current WIP, a contemporary romance, and happen at Chapter 3, where the heroine is looking at the hero while they're together in a car.
"...He had lost all traces of youth.
Had he lost his heart too? Right then he didn’t look human. No – he was the real avenging, fallen angel now. So beautiful it hurt. What had happened to him, to the boy she’d known, who had made her believe there was beauty in the human soul?..."
Let me know what you think! :)
From Mauritius with love,
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Such beautiful writing. It just brought tears to my eyes!
Aww, thank you Rebecca!
Poignant and lovely - especially loved "so beautiful it hurt". Great snippet Zee.
Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday! Your six was wonderful!
I liked it.
Thanks Cate. I was really into the zone when I wrote that, it must be. :)
Thanks Sarah! It felt really good to post this up. Hopefully, this Six Sentence Sunday is the start of many more to come. :)
Thank you, Vegeratiran Cannibal. What a name, lol. :)
First welcome to SSS. Love the inner thoughts. Give us more.
Nice! Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday. Great debut. Poignant stuff.
Welcome to Six Sentence Sunday--lovely, lyrical six sentences!
Thank you Lindsay! This has been an amazing experience so far and I hope to have more up next week.
Thanks Taryn! Lol, started SSS with a bang, eh? I was hoping so, well, hoping I wouldn't do a botched job. :)
Thank you Susanna! I was really into my heroine's head when I wrote this bit.
Great job! I like the description.
WElcome to 6 sunday. Great post. I like your style
Thanks Joyce! Glad you liked these little words.
Thanks Jayel. What a pretty name you have. :)
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